Mowbray: There's work to do
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray admits there is work to do for his side after a 3-1 loss at Millwall.
Boro were sunk after two goals from Andy Keogh and a Liam Trotter effort meant Marvin Emnes' penalty was nothing more than a consolation.
"I think result-wise it was a bad day at the office, we conceded some bad goals," he said.
"We need to be a bit more clinical in both boxes. There were some good signs for our team, but it's a new team built over the summer. We'll get better I'm sure.
"I thought the defence were fine. We've had some injuries, but as you move along you hope to get a consistent back four that has an understanding but that hasn't been the case in the first four games for us.